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This dish seems to be like its counterpart in Hanoi. Taste it and you’ll tell the difference between them.
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If you are in Russia and are dying for an authentic taste of Vietnam, with “pho” and “bia hoi”, head to one of the 14 restaurants named ‘Uncle Ho’ around the country.
Of all the snacks that have been enjoyed by Vietnamese students throughout the years, the sweet and creamy bò bía ngọt (sweet popiah) is one of the most popular.
Banh duc is a dish that’s common in all three regions of Vietnam. It originated from the countryside and is inexpensive so literally everyone can afford.
Raw fish is often associated with Japan but it's also a very popular street food in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Food Travel Map project, the first of its kind and developed by culinary artisans and experts, was unveiled during a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on April 1.
Soc Trang Province is known as the capital of bun nuoc leo (vermicelli with special broth made with special fish sauce among gourmands.
Are you a fan of pig intestine hotpot?
The wild mac mat (clausena indica) tree has become an indispensable ingredient for a number of special dishes made by the Tay and Nung ethnic groups in northeastern provinces such as Cao Bang and Lang Son.
The name cao lầu literally translates as ‘high floor’ where the rich would sit in restaurants in the old days, but the mixed noodle dish has become popular nowadays.
The Future of Travel research reveals that Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are the most recommended destinations for traditional food, street food and places to shop for food.
Com hap la sen (Steamed rice with lotus seeds, wrapped in a lotus leaf) was once the food of kings in the 18th century, during the Nguyen Dynasty.
A noodle soup with special name and special ingredients from the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang
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Tanya Pisarchuk, a digital marketer and amateur food reviewer, has spent more than seven years in Hanoi. That’s also how old her Facebook group Wheretoget Hanoi is, now a community of more than 16,000 members navigating Hanoi's nooks
Bat Trang Village is not only famous for its ceramic products but also its unique cuisine.
Mai Xa village in Gio Linh district in the central province of Quang Tri is the only one in Vietnam that makes “bánh hộc” rice cake.
The Red River Delta province of Thai Binh is home to many traditional specialities such as the popular dish bún bung hoa chuối (rice vermicelli soup with pork ribs and banana flowers) that is a favourite of locals and visitors.
Spring rolls are often served on big occasions such as major ceremonies and Lunar New Year, giving a rich taste of the traditional Vietnamese cuisine.